Assistance Session (Zoom)
ATTENTION: This service is paid. No information will be provided over the phone.
- 1 Std.1 Stunde
- Ab 64 Swiss francsAb CHF 64
- Swisstourer Werkstatt & Lager
We are available for our clients every week on Mondays and Thursdays, from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM and from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM. You can ask your questions in French, English, German, and even Japanese. Take advantage of our September Welcome Offer: -20% 30 minutes: 64.- instead of 80.- 45 minutes: 96.- instead of 120.- 60 minutes: 128.- instead of 160.- 90 minutes: 192.- instead of 240.- Swisstourer is delighted to share its expertise with its audience. This is particularly helpful if it's your first time, if you're unsure about how to approach certain issues or choose the right equipment, etc. Ultimately, you will be better prepared, equipped, and start your adventure on a solid foundation. On the other hand, you won't have to worry about many aspects for which you lack experience and practice, saving you time and money. Examples? • Obtaining a visa • Airline tickets and understanding baggage regulations, especially for transporting a bike and excess weight beyond 23 kg During a session, you can ask questions on any topics from our workshops, and we will develop solutions tailored to your needs. Whether it's planning your route, choosing your optimal equipment, or simply an administrative issue with your airline or the embassy of the destination country. Note: We believe it's important to take the time to consider whether your request can be handled by your local bike shop, a travel agency, or by consulting the terms and conditions of a website before contacting us. However, in many circumstances, it's worth investing 30, 60, or 90 minutes and some money. This is minimal compared to the potential costs of overlooking a detail, especially when traveling to unfamiliar countries. Traveling to less developed parts of the world may seem inexpensive for a tourist from a Western country, except in situations such as: • You are entering a high-risk region where ignorance can be costly, whether at the beginning or end of the trip. • You need a visa for another country (it's important to inquire before departure). Feel free to book. Soon available via Zoom.
Rue de Fontaine-André 5, Neuchâtel, Switzerland